GeekBench Reveals Galaxy A7 Offal (2018), Have an Exynos chipset

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 Samsung created the Galaxy A series specifically for the mid-range smartphone display alias middle class. To date, there are three variants have been introduced, namely A3, A5 and A7. All three also by Samsung kept updated once every year.

At the end of 2017’s, leaks on the Galaxy A (2018) also began to blow. A few days ago, rendering the Galaxy A5 (2018) have been revealed, now leaks on the Galaxy A7 (2018) also began exposed.

GeekBench appear on the site, the Galaxy A7 (2018) reportedly will bring concepts like bezel-less tub Galaxy S8. The device is also registered with the serial number SM-A730F and bring the specification to support Exynos 7885 chipset.

 

A7 GeekBench

A bit of information for you, chipset from Samsung are manufactured with 14 nm process technology with composition plus 2x to 6x Core Core A73 A53. Other support, the smartphone is also supported by the Mali GPU-G71.

It seems clear, the specifications presented by Samsung in Galaxy A7 (2018) has increased compared to the previous series. But more than that, the smartphone will be equipped with a jumbo-capacity RAM, which is 6 GB.

Of course, this is a good news for the lovers of Samsung products, especially for those who like the Galaxy A7 series. Because, until now, Samsung has embedded the RAM so relieved only in the Galaxy Note 8.

And it is also possible, in the year 2018 the South Korean smartphone manufacturer will embed RAM also jumbo into multiple product lines developed middle class.

Having almost the same runway kitchen with flagship smartphone, GeekBench give score 1490 (single-core) and a score of 4172 (multi-core). The resulting scores Exynos in the Galaxy A7 (2018) was satisfactory, even middle-class equivalent to a Qualcomm chipset.

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If the Galaxy A7 (2018) really bring the specifications of this kind, it is likely the battery capacity also increased. Rumor has it, the Galaxy A7 (2018) will be released in early 2018, or rather at the CES 2018 event in Las Vegas, USA.

 
 

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